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Chorus [Girlie Chorus] – Sally Oldfield, Mundy EllisChorus [Nasal Chorus] – Nasal ChoirDouble Bass [String Basses] – Lindsay Cooper Flute [Flutes] – Jon FieldGrand Piano, Glockenspiel, Organ [Farfisa, Lowrey], Bass Guitar, Electric Guitar, Electronics [Taped Motor Drive Amplified Organ Chord], Guitar [Speed, Fuzz, Mandolin-like], Percussion [Assorted], Acoustic Guitar, Flageolet, Piano [Honky Tonk], Bells [Tubular] – Mike OldfieldMC [Master Of Ceremonies] – Viv Stanshall
Chorus [Bootleg Chorus] – Manor ChoirChorus [Girlie Chorus] – Sally Oldfield, Mundy EllisConductor [Bootleg Chorus] – Mike OldfieldDrums – Steve BroughtonElectric Guitar, Organ [Farfisa, Lowrey, Hammond], Bass Guitar, Acoustic Guitar, Piano, Electric Guitar [Speed Elec. Guitars], Timpani [Concert Tympani], Guitar [Sounding Like Bagpipes, Spanish], Voice [Piltdown Man], Chorus [Moribund Chorus] – Mike Oldfield
- Composed By [Except For The Sailor's Hornpipe], Arranged By [The Sailor's Hornpipe] – Mike Oldfield
- Composed By [The Sailor's Hornpipe] – Trad.
- Photography By – Brian Aris, Fin Costello
- Producer, Engineer [Sound] – Mike Oldfield, Simon Heyworth, Tom Newman
- Sleeve, Design, Photography By – Trevor Key
Inlay: No barcode.
CD: Red lettering; no bronzing.
Sleeve: "Manufactured by Polygram in Hanover, West Germany".
Track times printed on CD and insert are incorrectly printed as 1) 25:00 2) 23:50.
This release differs from 2781997 in that this release lacks a barcode/UPC.
This release differs from 1072893 in that this release has red typeface (instead of black) on the CD and has "Manufactured by Polygram in Hanover, West Germany" on page 7 of the insert--instead of "Manufactured in the U.K."(p)2009 Mercury Records Limited under exclusive license from Mike Oldfield
(c)2011 USM, a division of Universal Music B.V.
Disc made in Germany by EDC
- Barcode: 0600753364895
- Rights Society: BIEM/SDRM
- Label Code: LC 0942
- Matrix / Runout: 06007 533 648-9 01 52819634
- Matrix / Runout (Mirrored): CDV 2001 : NIMBUS ENGLAND
- Phonographic Copyright (p) – Mercury Records Ltd.
- Copyright (c) – USM
- Made By – EDC, Germany – 52819634
- Phonographic Copyright (p) – Virgin Records Ltd.
- Copyright (c) – Virgin Records Ltd.
- Manufactured By – Polygram, Hanover, West Germany
- Glass Mastered At – Nimbus
- Published By – Virgin Music (Publishers) Ltd.
- Recorded At – The Manor
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